Poetry

  • Selected Poem: Man’s Time of Loss (Aalim Abbas)
    Selected Poem: Man’s Time of Loss (Aalim Abbas)

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow)  - Aalim Abbas is one of the prominent contemporary Sudanese poets. He was born in al Fashir, Darfur, in 1948 and graduated in the Faculty of Sharia and Law, Omdurman Islamic University, in 1974. ...

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  • Sad Year For Sudanese Drama, Music
    Sad Year For Sudanese Drama, Music

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The capricious hand of death this year had its heavy toll on several of Sudan’s dramatists and musicians. The long list includes Actor, Professor of Drama Abdelhakeem Altahir and playwright, a...

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  • How Can Arts Boost The Economy
    How Can Arts Boost The Economy

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - In this modern age of globalization, the arts and culture have turned into  products that can make figures in the countries’  national economies by converting these cultures and arts ...

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  • Selected Poem: Child (Al Nour Osman Abbakar)
    Selected Poem: Child (Al Nour Osman Abbakar)

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – The selected poem for this week was also written by the prominent Sudanese Poet Al Nour Osman Abbakar "1938 - 2009". Al Nour was one of the founders of The Forest and Sahara school, a group o...

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  • Selected Poem: Don Quixote (Al Nour Osman Abbakar)
    Selected Poem: Don Quixote (Al Nour Osman Abbakar)

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Sudanese Poet Al Nour Osman Abbakar "1938 - 2009" played an important role in the Sudanese cultural movement. He was one of the founders of The Forest and Sahara school, a group of prominent wr...

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